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Discover Our New Mobile App

Most Americans won't leave home without them.

Sixty-three percent of Americans use their mobile devices to access the internet for information, says the Pew Research Center. If you're one of them, we've got great news for you — Broadway at the Beach has a free mobile app that is a simple and fast gateway to all things Broadway!

When you download our app, you'll get instant access to information on shopping, dining, attractions and events. Looking for a new pair of sandals? Our app lets you search for shoe stores and shows you where the stores are on a map.

While you're strolling through Broadway, you can now easily connect to Broadway's social media through our app. Post your comments and photos — we love to learn about the fun times you're having.

Interested in what others are saying about their Broadway at the Beach experiences? Just want to know more about a specific store or restaurant? Quickly connect to TripAdvisor through our app, check out the reviews or post one of your own.

Large parking lots can be confusing. But with our app, you'll never have trouble finding your car at Broadway. Our "car finder" feature marks where your car is parked and lets you save the location for later when you're ready to head home.

Looking for something special to do in Myrtle Beach tonight or next week? Our app gives you access to a calendar of events and a list of our free, live entertainment so you can plan ahead.

And, when you just can't be at Broadway, you can still enjoy the fun by tapping into the app's webcam feature. As our three webcams scan the lake and shops, you can dream about your next visit!

As one TripAdvisor reviewer recently raved "Broadway at the Beach has everything in one place."

Now you can discover it all through our app!

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Fireworks and Fun Fill The Air On July 4

Americans have been celebrating Independence Day with fireworks since our nation was born. And there's no better place in Myrtle Beach to celebrate your love of pyrotechnics than Broadway at the Beach.

We'll be lighting up the sky over Lake Broadway at 10 p.m. on July 4.

But before we end July 4 with a spectacular fireworks display, we've got lots for families to do in and around Broadway on July 3 and all day July 4.

After a hot day on the beach, cool off in the breeze way up high on our new Rocket Flyer ride. At 180 feet tall, it's the only amusement ride of its kind. Looking for some indoor amusements? At WonderWorks, you can relax on a bed of nails between all the interactive fun. Or stop by Ripley's Aquarium where you can safely go eye-to-eye with sharks as they swim over your head. Is shopping your favorite adventure? Find a special Independence Day treasure on sale at one of the many shops.

On the evening of July 3, celebrate America's melting pot of ethnic foods by dining at Yamato Steak House Japan, Capriz Italian Feast or on Carlos 'n Charlie's mexican delights.

How about a baseball game? It's America's favorite pastime, and it's played at field just across 21st Avenue from Broadway at the Beach. There's a post-game fireworks display on July 3. Not a baseball fan? You'll be able to see the stadium fireworks right from Broadway at the Beach!

On July 4, discover the best in All-American foods with a hamburger from Good Time Charley's Burger World menu or a Charley (hot) dog. Then, get ready for an evening of free activities at Broadway. That's right, FREE.

Mr. Nigel will be entertaining the young and young at heart from Heroes Harbor stage from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. At Center Court, kids can whoop it up with some free face painting. Be on the lookout for the juggling clown magician and stilt walker — they'll be roaming around Broadway!

The Mark Roberts Band will fill the air with music from Celebrity Square Stage starting at 7 p.m. Party in the Square! Everyone can dance to the rock, funk and country rock sounds.

The evening of our Nation's birthday wraps up with our Independence Day Fireworks display over Lake Broadway at 10 p.m.

So put on your red, white and blue and head over to Broadway at the Beach — there's no better place to spend the 4th!

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July 2nd Is World UFO Day – Have Your Own Encounter

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People have been seeing and reporting UFO sightings over the Myrtle Beach area for nearly 50 years. This area actually has one of the most well-documented histories of multiple UFO sightings in the world!

In fact, one of the largest sightings of UFOs took place on August 2012 when hundreds of people witnessed and reported what appeared to be a large mother ship on a rendezvous with a smaller flying craft over North Myrtle Beach!

On July 2, UFO enthusiasts from all over the planet will be recognizing World UFO Day and scanning the skies for signs of extraterrestrial visitors. Do you believe in UFOs? If you're uncertain or just plain curious, we've got some pretty interesting evidence for you at Broadway at the Beach.

Just visit Encounters: UFO Experience, An Out-of-this-World Museum.

At this family-friendly exhibition, you can move through seven galleries that explore everything from how ancient cultures experienced UFOs to how our military has dealt with sightings in modern times. There's fascinating evidence about famous UFO events in places like Area 51 and Roswell. New for 2014: interactive exhibits where you can shoot an alien, launch a UFO, speak to aliens, and even feel some alien innards.

Start your search for aliens on July 2nd at this out-of-this-world museum — you never know what you'll encounter.

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It’s Wine Time All The Time At Coastal Carolina Winery

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Savoring a good glass of wine can be one of the high points of a beach vacation for Mom and Dad. So treat yourself.

After a day at the beach with the kids, slip on over to Coastal Carolina Winery at Broadway at the Beach. You'll discover wine by the glass and the bottle, or just settle in for a wine tasting of 7 different wines. On a hot day, there's nothing more refreshing than a wine slushy and the kids will love the non-alcoholic blueberry slushy.

From wine-related souvenirs and tee shirts, to Carolinas handmade pottery, to the winery's own selection of chutney, salad dressings, sauces and dips, there's something to catch everyone's fancy.

Whether you're a wine enthusiast, enjoy a casual glass of wine, looking for a unique experience, or want to cool off with a slushy drink, stop by Coastal Carolina Winery. It's always wine time there.

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Hooray For Hollywood! The Wax Museum Entertainment Center Is Now Open

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Driving down Highway 17 Bypass to Broadway at the Beach, you can't miss the massive cityscape building with the Great Ape climbing on it. It's our newest attraction, the Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center.

The two-level building opened on June 14 with three attractions inside.

Step into the main level and you're in the midst of more than 100 handmade replicas of famous actors, athletes and musicians. This 30,000 square foot gallery is one of only four Hollywood Wax Museums in the country (and the only one in the Carolinas) that is devoted entirely to celebrity figures. You'll have more than 100 opportunities to get your photo taken with your favorite celebrities!

But the fun doesn't stop on the first floor. There are two more attractions on the building's lower level.

When you enter Hannah's Maze of Mirrors, you become part of a modern-day fairy tale. As you travel through hidden corridors on a quest to save the beautiful Princess Hannah, you'll be confronted with hundreds of mirrored walls and archways that combine to create 288 potential twists and turns. Journey through chambers hexed by Ugly Hetty who means to keep you from unlocking the maze.

Zombie alert! The second lower-level attraction is Outbreak: Dread The Undead and it puts you right in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. You'll be challenged to stop a worldwide viral outbreak without being exposed yourself! Haunted and eerie, this attraction is a thrill a minute that will have you shrieking your way through several stops like the chemical testing facility and its ransacked lab, the morgue, and a rotting basement.

Hollywood excitement. Amazing special effects. It's all at the Hollywood Wax Museum and exclusively at Broadway at the Beach.

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